This week we are working on sequencing the life of an oak tree. This is kinda review for them as we have already talked about the life cycle of an apple tree last week. First I go over this paper with the class (and then again when they come to the table to do this activity) – I love that it uses photographs! Then, when they come to the table and we review the sequence, I give the child this paper and have them cut out the pictures. Then they glue the pictures to a piece of construction paper in the correct order. I have to thank Karen over at PreKinders for these awesome printables!
I am surprised how well my kids do cutting out these pictures! I know we’ve been snipping, cutting playdough, and doing a few other cutting activities – but in the back of my mind I was worried that they wouldn’t be able to cut out these pictures. Boy, was I surprised! I don’t expect them to cut exactly on the lines – that wouldn’t be realistic for a 4 year old – but many of them came really close! It always makes me happy when I get surprised by how much they have progressed! 🙂